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SOS Children’s Villages

We create a loving, dignified and warm home for children in need, and support families who are in difficult situations. We ensure that children and adolescents have access to education and medical care. In 138 countries around the world and with over 2700 programs and projects, we offer sustainable help, on a long-term and targeted basis – with the support of our donors.

Donate wisely - give twice

Change the world for families in need, in poverty or after disasters: Give the gift of chicken, goats or school bags. Donate just like that or in the name of your loved ones on their birthday instead of flowers or chocolates. You can be sure of double the joy!

  • Goat

    for families in Niger
    A goat can work wonders because it can feed an entire family in Africa. The aid for families service of SOS...
    CHF 30.00
  • Donate a stuffed schoolbag

    Enable education
    A school bag rarely comes alone. It always comes with exercise books, books, stationery & co. With this aid...
    CHF 75.00
  • A bicycle for the way to school

    Secure and quick to school or work
    Give a child in Bolivia the gift of an easier journey to school. In Bolivia, schools are located in larger towns or...
    CHF 75.00

News

Informations about current topics, stories, events, projects and developments of the SOS Children's Villages work.

  • Support homeless teenagers

    When the banker helps homeless people

    Around 37,000 children and young people live on the streets in Germany. More
  • Learn more about our help

    Children with disabilities in Syria

    Ghada, the girl in the photo, is the youngest of 5 children and was born in Syria with Down Syndrome. More
  • Lions Club supports Family programme

    Committed Lions

    For many years, the Lions Club Liechtenstein has been committed to social causes. More

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